The on-track action at Las Vegas Motor Speedway on Sunday is what keeps auto racing enthusiasts coming back for more. Tony Stewart put on a superb demonstration of driving skill and determination, leading to his decisive victory in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series: Kobalt Tools 400.
Join the crowds at Daytona Speedway to celebrate the Independence Day Holiday Weekend with the stars of the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series. The action-packed program includes qualifying laps, NASCAR Autograph Session and a pre-race concert featuring country-singing sensation Martina McBride. The 53rd Annual Coke Zero 400 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race starts at 7:30pm on [...]
Considered to be one of the most prestigious stock car race in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series, the Brickyard 400 has taken place every year since 1994. It also has the distinction of being the first race of its kind on the renowned Indianapolis Motor Speedway, which up until then had only hosted open-wheel cars. [...]
Don’t miss this triple series action-packed weekend. Taking place on 5-7 August at the Pocono Raceway in Tunkhannock Township, Monroe County, Pennsylvania, the program includes the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series (NSCS), the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series (NCWTS), and the ARCA Racing Series presented by Menards. Practice sessions start on Friday at 10:00am with the [...]
The NASCAR Sprint Cup Series arrives at Infineon Raceway on 24 June 2011 for the Toyota/Save Mart 350. Spectators will be on the edges of their seats as 43 stock cars take on the challenge of Infineon Raceways’s twists and turns. Also worth noting is the Thunder Valley Casino Resort 200, a NASCAR K & [...]
The Las Vegas Motor Speedway is home to the annual Kobalt Tools 400 that was inaugurated in 1998. The race is held over a distance of four hundred miles, or six hundred and forty kilometers. Kobalt became the main sponsors for 2011. The race was known as the Shelby American from 2008 to 2010 and before that, from 2001 to 2008, it was known as the UAW Daimler Chrysler 400. On Sunday, 6 March 2011, the Kobalt Tools 400 was in full swing, and the biggest smile on the podium belonged to Carl Edwards – this year’s winner.
On Sunday, 3 October 2010, Kasey Kahne delivered a breathtaking performance at Kansas Speedway and qualified for the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series. He is a driver that everyone has been keeping an eye on since he began his racing career, and many believe that there is still a great future waiting for Kahne. He managed to capture his 19th pole of his career on Sunday, which was also the third pole he had managed to take during the NASCAR Sprint Cup season. This year has not been short of excitement and progress for Kahne.
It seems that there is little hope now that anyone will be able to catch Jimmie Johnson in the run for the Sprint Cup Championship. Even though Carl Edwards won Sundayâ€™s race at Atlanta Motor Speedway, heâ€™s still so far behind Johnson that is seems doubtful that heâ€™ll ever catch up.